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Network Meta-Analyses Course

Network Meta-Analyses Course

Description

Network Meta-Analyses (NMAs) are often complex and challenging projects. This 3-day interactive course will focus on the tools you need to understand, write and critically appraise an NMA.

A selected group of expert clinicians, researchers and scientists, with a strong track record in the field of NMA, will guide you through the course bringing you lectures, group work, hands-on tutorials and supervised statistical sessions. The course is aimed at clinicians, researchers and policy makers in the healthcare field, but is open to everybody.

Course Objectives:
- Become familiar with different ways of presenting results in NMA
- Identify clinical questions to be addressed in the context of an NMA
- Understand the key features of an NMA protocol
- Practical sessions using statistical software (R)
- Critically appraise NMAs
- Learn important tips on how to write a manuscript and reply to peer reviewers' comments

Please note: Equipment is required for this course. You must bring your own laptop/computer.

Abstracts can be sent to [email protected]

Fees (early bird available until 31/03/2024)
Early Bird Standard Registration - £1600.00
Early Bird Discounted for Ph.D Students, NHS and University Employees - £1300.00
Standard Registration  - £1800.00
Discounted for Ph.D Students, NHS and University Employees - £1600.00

The fee includes slides, scientific material, lunch and Gala Dinner (Oxford College).

Please select the relevant registration fee below.

Attendee CategoryCost   
1a. Standard Registration£1800.00[Read More]
2b. Discounted for Ph.D Students, NHS and University Employees£1600.00[Read More]
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Translation 2024 (DPUK)

Description

Dementias Platform UK's second Translation conference will showcase the latest research towards new disease-modifying treatments for dementia. Held from 18-19 April at the Congress Centre in central London, the conference will bring together leading figures from academia, industry, government and third sector.

Leaders in the field will discuss accelerating translation in dementia research and explore how developments in biomarkers, big data and trials delivery are bringing breakthroughs ever closer.

Please note the earlybird registration fee for standard delegates of £200 will be available until midnight on 29th February, after which this will increase to £250.00

Attendee CategoryCost   
Early Bird (pre-registered only)£200.00[Read More]
Early Career Researcher£50.00[Read More]
Standard Registration£250.00[Read More]